I hope you've been able to catch up on Miss High School's Vintage Glam Halloween Sweet 16 party. The favors had to go with the color scheme so after tossing a few ideas around, we settled on these black and white truffles.
We became Oreo truffle experts. We made a lot of them..a lot a lot. I think we made 5 or 6 batches of them.
But that was ok, because they are pretty easy to put together (did I say no-bake?). To make the truffles, pour one bag of Oreos into a food processor and process until you have fine crumbs.
Add 1/2 cup of sweetened condensed milk and pulse a few time to mix it in to the Oreo crumbs.
Roll into 1 inch truffles. I had to enlist some help with this since we were in a serious time crunch. He's an A+ truffle roller! Freeze the truffles until firm.
We bagged ours and added some vintage stickers and red ribbon.
They can be kept in the fridge but take out to soften them up when serving. Decadent and delicious!
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